In today's busy times it's easy to think that cooking for yourself is difficult or time consuming
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 9, 2011
February is American Heart Month and time to be good to yourself and those you love. Dr. Tim Harlan, AKA Dr. Gourmet, board-certified internist and Medical Director at Tulane University School of Medicine, has released the ultimate resource to prepare a meal that will make your other half fall in love with you all over again (or for the first time!)—and at the same time nourish your own heart.
Dinner4one and dinner 4two are designed for individuals and couples who want to prepare simple, quick and healthy one- and two-serving meals. With a few taps, you will find instructions on how to create appetizing recipes that take 30 minutes or less to prepare, primarily using only one pan for easy clean-up. Preparing two-serving meals for one person will create even more convenience with leftovers. An abundance of choice and accessible ingredients keeps things exciting in the kitchen!
Prepare a romantic meal with dishes such as Steak Fajitas, Asian Lettuce Wraps, Roasted Salmon with Red Thai Curry and Corn Bisque with Crabmeat.
“In today’s busy times it’s easy to think that cooking for yourself is difficult or time consuming,“ said Dr. Tim Harlan, aka Dr. Gourmet. “Dr. Gourmet’s dinner4one and dinner4two apps for iPhone and iPod were launched to provide simple, delicious, easy to cook meals that just happen to be good for you.”
In addition, both Apps include reviews of popular convenience foods, making it easier than ever to make informed choices on the nights when you may not have time to cook. Dr. Gourmet’s dinner4one and dinner4two Apps are available in the iTunes App Store for $2.99 each.
For more information about Dr. Gourmet, Dr. Tim Harlan and the new Apps, dinner 4one and dinner4two, please visit http://www.drgourmet.com or:
About Dr. Gourmet
Dr. Timothy Harlan, who practices medicine daily in New Orleans, is currently the Medical Director of the Tulane University Medical Group at Tulane University School of Medicine and is an assistant professor of medicine. He writes extensively on diet and health. His books, It's Heartly Fare and Hand On Heart, guide readers on what they can eat for optimum health. Just Tell Me What to Eat (Da Capo Lifelong Books) is being released in June 2011. As a recognized expert, Dr. Harlan has been featured on CNN, "The New York Times" and "The Wall Street Journal" and other top-tier media outlets. On television Harlan has been the on-air expert for the Food Network show "Cooking Thin" and as a host on the DIY Network show "AskDIY." His 2002 public broadcast program "The Dr. Gourmet Show" earned an EmmyÒ Award for excellence in medical programming.